Career Pathway Programs That Link Low-Skilled Adults to Family-Sustaining Wage Careers

Career Pathway Programs That Link Low-Skilled Adults to Family-Sustaining Wage Careers

Oct 2008

A Podcast with Dr. Debra Bragg, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Dr. Debra Bragg, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, primary author of "A Cross-Case Analysis of Career Pathway Programs that Link Low-Skilled Adults to Family-Sustaining Wage Careers, “ talks in this podcast about this NRCCTE study, which was designed to answer the question of what programs, policies, and practices--particularly curricular, institutional, and support strategies--are currently being implemented to support the transition of low-skilled adults through career pathways that align with postsecondary CTE? Several subquestions were posed to investigate program and policy components and implementation strategies and to provide insights into sustainability.